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markinbelfast

James Crozier-old house

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markinbelfast

I was talking to the workmen today the bulldozers are due in any day now.Heres number 80!

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ulsterlad2

Cheers Mark.

A lot of history in those little side streets.

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markinbelfast

Can only imagine how many telegram boys delivered bad news in those streets back then....its only when you start delving in that the scale of involvement becomes apparent....e.g-

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corisande

Had a look on Google Satellite view, Battenberg St is just about on the "peace line" today !

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tommy mcclimonds

Visted Rifleman Crozier's final resting place in Sucrie Military Cemetery last week.

Regards, Tommy.

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